Introduction to Recursive CTE
3 hours ago, hackernoon

This article will introduce the concept of SQL recursive. Recursive CTE is a really cool. We will see that it can often simplify our code, and avoid a cascade of SQL queries! Read the full story...

They want to cancel their subscription? OK I don't need them!
3 hours ago, hackernoon

You are building a product and you put your hurt and soul into it. You're rewriting the details, crafting perfect pixel design, generating leads, ads campaigns, cold outreach, and publishing on all channels. Read the full story...

You’ve Never Heard Of These Sites, But They Know A Lot About You
4 hours ago, hackernoon

A Marriage And A Funeral: My friend Jane heard of mylife.com when her friend’s father died. They did a Google search of his name and in the results was mylife.com; his picture and a list of his prior home addresses. With one visit to the site, they had access to his date of birth, location of death, siblings, children, spouse, net worth, and finally, a big red reputation score, a 3.6 out of 5.Read the full story...

10 Ways Machine Learning Practitioners Can Build Fairer Systems
4 hours ago, hackernoon

An introduction to the harm that ML systems cause and to the power imbalance that exists between ML system developers and ML system participants …and 10 concrete ways for machine learning practitioners to help build fairer ML systems.Read the full story...

2020 Noonies Awards: Official Winners of The Internet Now Declared
6 hours ago, hackernoon

As in all elections of great importance, tallying the official results of Hacker Noon's annual awards took us somewhat longer than expected. Read the full story...

The Simplest Way to Set Goals You Actually Achieve
15 hours ago, hackernoon

Inspired by James Clear’s Goal Setting Method, Motion helps you set better goals using 4 main strategies.Read the full story...

Internet Region Hopping Your Way to The American Version of the Netflix Library
15 hours ago, hackernoon

After getting free from work and finishing the house chores, all a normal human being *desires* (in Lucifer’s voice) is to relax and unwind. We sink into the couch, grab our favorite munchies, and hit the “Netflix” button on our TV remotes. It may sound a little sad, but we live for that temporary escape and freedom offered by Netflix.Read the full story...

How to Connect to Salesforce Data in AWS Glue Jobs Using JDBC
15 hours ago, hackernoon

Connect to Salesforce from AWS Glue jobs using the CData JDBC Driver hosted in Amazon S3.Read the full story...

Kuma 0.7.2 Released
16 hours ago, hackernoon

We are happy to announce the release of Kuma 0.7.2 with many improvements and fixes, and we highly suggest to upgrade.Read the full story...

2020-2021 Technology Outlook: Why Python Is Here to Stay
16 hours ago, hackernoon

In 2021, the Python programming language will celebrate its 30th anniversary. Completing three decades in the niche, Python gives most other programming languages a good thrashing, showing a 456% growth. Read the full story...

Why You Should Implement Zero Trust Security for Your Remote Workforce
16 hours ago, hackernoon

The recent mass shift to remote work will likely have lasting effects on how businesses run. Companies will sustain a work-from-home model, at least partially, so security professionals must adapt to this new workflow. One of the best ways to ensure remote team security is with a zero-trust model.Read the full story...

My Favorite things about my teammates at Hacker Noon
19 hours ago, hackernoon

This Slack thread was auto-created from Hacker Noon's #slogging-beta channel, and has been edited for readability. Stay tuned to learn more about slogging in the upcoming weeks. Read the full story...

Musk's Open-Source Hyperloop: Players in the Race to Create the First
20 hours ago, hackernoon

Originally conceived by Elon Musk in 2013, the Hyperloop has been touted as the fastest way to cross the surface of the Earth. Possibly one of the greatest leaps in transportation for generations, the concept promises to slash journey times between cities from several hours to a matter of minutes. On track to revolutionise our world, when can we expect the Hyperloop to become a reality and is it too good to be true?Read the full story...

[Announcement] Mega Rewards on Digitex Program Coming Soon With Uniswap
21 hours ago, hackernoon

DeFi has dominated the topic of conversation in the cryptocurrency space in 2020 with few signs of slowing down. Among its many innovations, the trend of liquidity mining has without doubt caused the largest stir and allowed investors to make massive gains reminiscent of the ICO days.Read the full story...

Apple Watch Series 6 Review
21 hours ago, hackernoon

As technology is updating day by day, many new products are introduced in the market. Today, the device we will discuss is one of the most trendy from 2019 to 2020. A smartwatch, yes, we are going to review ​the Apple Watch Series 6​. Read the full story...

2020 Noonies Awards: Official Winners of The Internet (Finally) Declared
21 hours ago, hackernoon

As in all elections of great importance, tallying the official results of Hacker Noon's annual awards took us somewhat longer than expected. Read the full story...

In 2020, What Can We Expect From Smartphones And Tablets?
21 hours ago, hackernoon

Only sometime before, 4g was introduced to us and now the hype of 5g is already up. The technology sector is advancing at a very fast rate than any other sector.Read the full story...

Why do we need a through table explained with Rails?
21 hours ago, hackernoon

In a many to many relationship, it's just a table between the entities, but what is the purpose of this table to be between them?Read the full story...

How To Create a Developer Blog on DevDojo
22 hours ago, hackernoon

Nowadays, creating a blog is easy. But, with all the different options available, you might go crazy by just doing the research. Read the full story...

This is What Happens When You Add Personal Avatars To Mozilla Hubs
22 hours ago, hackernoon

Soon after COVID hit and made our team go fully remote, we quickly got tired of seeing each other's faces on video and decided to give Mozilla Hubs a try – so we could meet up in the same room, virtually.Read the full story...

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